In Memory of “Mok Kadok”

Quote of the Day


“You can mess with the people but you can’t mess with a mother protecting her family”


“Tangan yang mengoncang buaian bisa mengoncang dunia”


You don’t believe me? Political perspective aside, see what Kak Wan did. She should win a noble price or something. Cost me thousand of hours to read about what has her been through in the cybersapce. But it was really inspired.


I am really grateful because God awards me with a great mother and grandmothers. Al-Fatihah to my grandmother, Hjh Wan Jah Wan Ali. I miss her. I still remember the day that I was mad to my parents because did not pick me up from the hostel to see her in the hospital. She was sick after came back from Mecca. I did not see her for 2 months because she was in Mecca. When I got the opportunity to see her, she was already gone. Gone, to meet her Al-Mighty Maker.

I came in to the house and went directly to Mok Nah’s room and sat in front of her. Her body lied stiff and was covered with white fabric except her face. I just watched her face. Pale and peaceful I would describe. I felt a little bit of happiness to see her peaceful face. She did not seem to be suffered. I recited some Al-Quran phrases, warm tears ran. Some good memories that I have with her circled in my thought. Everybody watched me, they whispered to each other. “That is her grandchild”.

This short story, I still remember and will always remember. Just like her, always remember us, her grandchilds. In Mecca, she bought us gemstones. Everybody got one. Mine, is still there. The stone is shining and still strongly attached to the silver ring. Even if the gemstone break like a clay, I will keep this kind of memories for a long time, InsyaAllah.

To my brothers and sister, always do good deed and dedicate the reward to our grandparents, ancestor and our family that was already gone. I always forget to do that but i know all of you will never disappoint them.


“Apabila mati seseorang anak Adam, putuslah amalannya kecuali tiga perkara, sedekah jariah, ilmu yang diambil orang manfaatnya atau anak soleh yang mendoakannya.”

Hadis Rasulullah S.A.W


‘Dan hendaklah berbuat baik kepada ibu bapa. Jika salah seorang di antara keduanya atau kedua-duanya sampai berusia lanjut dalam jagaanmu, maka sekali-kali janganlah engkau mengatakan kepada keduanya perkataan ‘ah’ dan janganlah engkau membentak keduanya, dan ucapkanlah keduanya perkataan yang baik’

( Al-Isra’: 23)


I dedicate this song to Hjh Zainab Bakar, Hjh Aminah Mat Akib, Zawahil Nor, Maziati Mazlan and every mother in this world. To Hj. Lazim and Hj. Nor, I’ll find another song, a masculine one for both of you another time. hahahaha.

Good Day,

Hafzan Lazim



  1. zairaza said,

    August 28, 2008 at 4:46 am

    hmmm. sy rs awk ni mcm abah oh. sbb cam igt2 kenangn lama. waaa. suke2.

  2. Hafiz Lazim said,

    August 28, 2008 at 4:53 am

    huhu…my water eyes drop oredi…sedey…Al-Fatihah…

  3. c su said,

    August 28, 2008 at 7:27 am

    Bila c su mati esok2 ada dak ore nak ingat gini. Sedih…sedih….

  4. ajik said,

    August 28, 2008 at 1:37 pm

    Bila anak anak adam selalu mengingati mati sudah pasti kehidupannya menjurus ke landasan yang betul. Amin……..

  5. Hafzan Lazim said,

    August 28, 2008 at 5:32 pm

    1. muga tak banyak kenangan, habit tu ingat semua. Masa awak naik bas gi kuantan tu ke, tu lagi abe ingat gapo terjadi dale bas. awak buat gapo. hahahahah
    2.Mat Apih. Jange sedih2. Bubuh gambar Mat Arif, kompem hile kesedihan.
    3.Che Sue. Manusia mati meninggalkan nama. Che sue takde nnt, hari-hari baco blog Che Sue, kitab panduan. InsyaAllah

  6. paih said,

    September 1, 2008 at 7:30 pm

    yeah.. I can still remember her last smile, although her chin was already tied to her top head.. ready to be placed near to the Tok Ayah Kar’s tomb. her face was very cheerful as though she can’t wait to meet her God.. that was the smile which is the last present that she gave to all of us..Subhanallah.. it is still fresh in my mind.. the smile that until now still breaks my tears.. huhuhu

    yes.. everyone was sad.. Che Dah, Mok Noh, Maa and everyone was sad. the masjid was crowded with the muslims came to pray and gave their last respect to her. The house was also crowded and full that night.. huhuhu.. Allah shows to us how He treats the person who obeys him..


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